Student Senators played it safe at Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
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Slating interviews for Student Senate positions with the Unite Party and the Student Alliance party finished Tuesday.
Slating interviews for Student Senate positions with the Unite Party and the Student Alliance party will come to an end Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The Unite Party and the Student Alliance party have filled all the seats on their executive tickets.
Interviews for Student Government positions with the Unite and Student Alliance parties began Friday and will continue today and Tuesday.
Students interested in Student Government should go Reitz Union Room 284 Friday, Monday or Tuesday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Class clowns at UF could have the chance to get paid.
Undergraduate and graduate students are far from united in their views about the future of the Reitz Union.
Student Government is going green.
UF junior Laura Francois has a two-sided story.
After surviving a merger, the party has spoken.
For UF students, fundraising for Haiti this weekend may be as simple as eating pancakes, listening to music or attending a gala.
Its name still remains a mystery, but the newly formed Student Government party has found its candidate for Student Body President in former Orange and Blue Party Sen. Ben Cavataro.
Senators discussed giving a voice to UF students on a potential Reitz Union fee at Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
In the aftershocks of last week’s earthquake in Haiti, UF students have rallied together to raise funds and supplies to send to the victims of the disaster.
Getro Naissance spent his holiday weekend bandaging wounds and lifting rubble off dead bodies in Haiti.
The Reitz Union has been around for more than 40 years, but for Student Government senators, discussions about its renovation and expansion never get old.
Students may be able to save some cash in coming semesters with textbook rental programs offering an alternative to buying books.
They might not be “Facebook official,” but the relationship between the Orange and Blue Party and the Progress Party has become a little bit less complicated.
Student Senators created some New Year’s resolutions of their own during Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.